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Old 27th March 2006, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default Trouble finding slide volume(Alps)

I am having trouble locating a stereo volume slide control.
Information on it: ALPS Japan 250KBX2 384M. It is a stereo slide potientometer that can slide about ~52mm and has 8 pins.
Application is a LXI series(in house brand of sears?) Integrated amplifier model Am 4023 Chassis number: 797- 15100. I would think its from the late 80's early 90's

It it powered by 2 big chipamps STK8260II any idea of their power or if they can handle 4ohms?

I tried online, local repair and parts shops to no avail. I emailed Alps and am waiting for a response. If someone has a spare/used one let me know please. Is there any possible resource I missed?
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